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Economic Wellbeing

In this Teachers TV programme, staff at Riddlesdown High School in South London are taking steps to encourage students to study science, mathematics and technology.

Students at the school participate in a role play as members of a residents' association. During the activity they discuss a proposal to...

Information, Advice and Guidance

In this video from Teachers TV, science teacher Angalika Newton is eager to promote careers in science to her students.

Angalika works with Head of Careers Lorette Parker to plan a lesson to introduce the kinds of jobs that studying science can lead to. Their plans include bringing outside visitors into...

In Place of Confusion: Technology and Science in the School Curriculum

This report, published by the Nuffield-Chelsea Curriculum Trust, was written in the wake of significant reorganisation of the school system with the development of comprehensive schools and the comprehensive curriculum.

The first chapter looks at the changes made to Craft, Design and Technology in schools...

Design and Technological Activity: a Framework for Assessment

This report, from the Assessment of Performance Unit (APU), follows a series of other reports establishing the nature of design and technology. This report was again concerned initially to clarify the parameters of design and technological activity and the features of performance that are crucial. Subsequently, the...

Report by HM Inspectors on British School Technology 1986

This report by HM Inspectors begins by outlining the history of the British School Technology (BST), its terms of reference and the extent of the operation in terms of the numbers of teachers trained. Details are given of inspections carried out and a more detailed description of the work carried out by BST at...

Licence to Cook: Teacher Guidance

This teacher guidance provides an overview of the Licence to Cook programme, setting out the structure of the course, describing how it could be delivered in schools and highlighting how the resources can be used to support food education for students. The guides for the cooking sessions and demonstrations offer...

Cooking Session 1: Getting to Grips

This is the introductory cooking session for the Licence to Cook Course. It allows students to become familiar with the cooking area and provides an opportunity to assess their practical capability.

During the session, students make either a fruit fusion or dippy divers. The recipes do not require the...

Cooking Session 2: Top Toastie

This Licence to Cook practical session allows students to learn how to use the grill safely, as well as handling and preparing a range of ingredients. During the session, students will make either a croque-monsieur or pizza toast.

These recipes help to consolidate the safe use of a knife, as well as...

Healthy Eating

This Licence to Cook face-to-face session is designed to accompany the Eating Well 1...

Hygiene and Safety

This Licence to Cook face-to-face session is designed to accompany Protecting 1 and Protecting 2 tutorials. The first presentations goes into detail about the important area of cooking safely, including how to prepare, cook and store food...

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